Wow!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:)0:::0:0(:(00:0()lolthis is better than minecraft and clash of clans
El can be so confusing it can be "he" and "the", why can't it be just be 1 word?
He = él The = el Él bebe agua/ He drinks water El hombre bebe vino/ The man drinks wine
It can't be because it's not the same word and it doesn't have the same definition. It's merely a homophone which is why the accent mark over the e in él (he) is there.
Make sure to always listen to the context, the other words in the sentence can help you determine if they are saying the or he. Ex: El escribe libros
You kniw the other words are writes and books, so el could be he or the. But why would they say" The writes books" So el must be 'He'
If "Él escribe libros" means "He writes books" then why is it not "Él escribe LOS libros"?
Él escribe los libros is "He writes the books," not "He writes books." Los = The.
You use escribe when it is a singular form, so he or she, and you use escriben when it is plural, either you or they
I would rather say ''escribe libros''. My Spanish teacher would kill me if I wrote ''él escribe libros'' insted lol
Hello all i am just interested in joining a spanish club on duolingo and make friends on this app, help improve my spanish. My email email@example.com if anyone wants to invite to to join their club.
can anyone tell me the difference between the pronounciation of "el","elle",and their plurals"ellos",and I have forgotten the former one.Thank you
How come on this question it has the s at the end of the word in English but the other ones do not
is there a way to skip the "type what o here" because i cant use volume
On one of my answers I accidentally wrote/typed "strawberrys" instead of "strawberries" and it marked it wrong!
I know, but they should have mercy on those who are terrible spellers without spell check! :-)
Aaaa i keep on saying the write thing into the microphone but it won't let me do anything
This was easy! I like this app so much that i need to tell my school about this app!!!!!
Both b and v are always pronounced as b, but it's softer in the middle of words (I think phoneticians use a /β/ to represent that softer sound). There is no v sound in standard Spanish, although some Argentinian dialects come close.
No, "he write books," is grammatically incorrect.
He/she/RafaTry (or someones name) writes books.
They/we/I/you write books.
It is one of those arbitrary assignments one is expected to memorize, similar to gender assignment of an object.
I so wish Duolingo could introduce more words!
How about: Yo escribo canciones. Él escribes una lista de compra. Nosotros escribimos crucigramas.
Hi He writes books is the answer. El is he, escribe is writes, and libros is books